The School Board agenda for December 9th, 2013 is now available. Click here to view agenda
The East Penn School Board is in the process of searching for a new Superintendent. The Board would like to invite parents, students, teachers, residents and taxpayers of the District to give their input into the search process. The input survey may be completed online or in a hard copy format. Persons wanting to submit their input online should utilize the following link by either clicking on it here or typing the link into their browser.
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/East_Penn_Search(Please note there will be one submission per household allowed via the internet)
Persons preferring to fill out a hard copy survey may obtain a copy through the district office at 800 Pine Street. Hardcopy surveys should be returned to Ms. Cecelia Birdsell , Board Secretary, 800 Pine Street, Emmaus, PA, 18049. All surveys must be returned or submitted by 5 PM, December 19th, 2013.
The School Board Reorganization Meeting Agenda is now available. Click here to view agenda
Middle and high school students - 12:30 PM
Elementary students - 1:30 PM (regular Wednesday dismissal)
The 2012-2013 Annual Financial Report is the available. Click here to view Annual Financial Report.
The Interscholastic Athletics Disclosure Form is available in the Emmaus High School Department of Athletics.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education will be releasing the first annual School Performance Profiles later this week. PDE has provided information regarding the new School Performance Profile. Please review the documents below to see written descriptions of the various elements that comprise an individual school's score.
Dr. Seidenberger is posting messages on the district website updating the public on important educational issues. Interested members of the community are able to visit the site at www.eastpennsd.org/progfiles/Supernews/ or click here to have the messages e-mailed directly to their account.
Governor Tom Corbett today announced that the U.S. Department of Education has approved the state's No Child Left Behind waiver request that will help make our Pennsylvania public schools better for our children and their families.
Attached is a brochure with information about the EPSD Strengthening Families Program that is run through Lehigh Valley Youth House and the Penn State Extension. The program is designed to build family communications and help improve family dynamics during the adolescent years.
Information about the Program:
1) It will be held on Monday nights starting on September 30th and running until November 11th from 5:30 PM until 8:00 PM at LMMS.
2) Dinner will be served in the LMMS cafeteria at 5:30 PM each week.
3) The program begins at 6:00 PM with a separate parent/student session and then the joint family session begins at 7:00 PM. These sessions will be held in the Tech Ed/Family Consumer Science areas of LMMS.
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